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purchased a little beach pad down in san diego and i expected san diego to be a little behind us. but i admit i was shocked when it turned out i would be the guy who introduced recycling to my building. but last year i decided to up my green game here and i gave away my hybrid. here in san francisco we have lots of zero emission transportation options. muni, bart, and when i need a car i ask to borrow a friend's. down in san diego i assumed i'd have to rent a smoggy car when i visit there. imagine my happy day when this white smart cart went by with a label on it. so, i signed up immediately. and these guys and girls have made the smartcar smart, and i'm not just talking about their all-electric fleet with solar charging on the roofs. i think that's brilliant. they have about 300 of those cuties parked around the area. and in the cars they have guest cards for the charging station. if you park at a charging station you can charge it. when you're done, this is really important, you just park in any legal parking spot and you leave the car for the next person. you don't have to feed the m
of 2011. sherman was transferred to her current home in san diego, california. the coast guard executing national and international missions maintain the positive reputation worldwide, performing a multitude of positions. she is an excellent example of a cutter with proven capabilities in all coast guard facilities. she continues to patrol in the south pacific. she performs a combined fleet exertions and executes fisheries law enforcement and drug and smuggling enforcement as far as the equator and the arctic circle. we proudly salute all of you at fleet week 2012. >> personnel wise, cutter sherman has 23 officers, 150 enlisted. 378 feet three inches. draft, just about 16 feet. displacement is 3000 tons. she's got two anchors at 6000 pounds each. two engages 12 cylinder turbo. the valve propulsion, 350 fully retractible. >> ladies and gentlemen, thank you very much, the united states coast guard sherman. [applause] >> next in our lineup is from canada, her majesty's canadian ship, algonquin. please stand and salute her majesty's ship algonquin. thank you. please be seated. her majesty's
and deployed last year from san diego as part of the ronald reagan strike group. it was one of first ships to provide humanitarian assistance following the earthquake and tsunami in japan. the first responder, the rebel embarked navy helicopters surveyed the coast line to provide an aerial perspective for the damage to other ships for relief efforts. after hearing first hand from survivors, the crew volunteered to provide assistance. during deployment also conducted counter piracy patrol to enforce exclusive zones in the region. should ship's names sake, edward rebel served in the revolutionary war and searched in a bold complain against pirates and helped shape the fighting spirit that has been characteristic of the u.s. navy. the u.s.s. rebel is the sixth ship to bare the next time. there's 9217 tons and can sail in excess of 30 knots. there's 30 officers and 270 enlisted personnel. he has a dove, mac system. the vertical launch system, 2, 25 millimeter machine guns. mark 24 torpedo tubes. >> the engineering systems are nothing less than significant. two five blade control propellers. k3
? >> well, so, the one-way on street model, as i understand, operational in washington, d.c. and san diego, portland, i think vancouver and a couple of other cities. so, we've begun to get some information, want to talk directly to the folks in those cities to understand what their experience is. there is' also a report that was done from a program in hanover, germany that evaluated things such as -- i think, i haven't seen the report, but impact on emissions and where -- whether this was reducing trips or not. and, so, we're eager to evaluate what the experience in hanover was as well. * >> and in this evaluation process, when did it begin, you said in 2003 -- in 2013? >> no. so, we've already asked the company for the information and they've sent some is and we've begun our outreach to the other cities. for we're not waiting for this on-street next round of the on-street pilot to launch before we start that evaluation. we're doing that now. >> okay. so, can you give me some indication as to how -- is this a dedicated staff person or several staff persons that are going to be -- going to
san diego turnovers. false start. referee: false start, number 79 offense. five-yard penalty. second down. solomon: for the first time in 16 games, the broncos didn't score any points in the first quarter but in the second quarter, demaryius thomas catches the first of manning's three touchdown passes. manning, touchdown strike 31 yards to stokley. a strike to eric decker. three touchdown passes for peyton manning. they score 30 points for the fifth consecutive game, the most in the national football league. this offense and defense is red-hot in denver. kevin: six defensive backs. second down and 20. alexander with the catch. the tackle by bailey. the gain to the 22. he picks it 18 only second and 20. solomon: rivers is still fighting. someone grabs his hands as he gets ready to throw the ball. he gets hit but still stands in the pocket and delivers a strike to alexander. very impressive throw. kevin: first and 10, ronnie brown. hit by wolfe and down he goes. it's third down and 2. they got maybe a yard. referee: first charged time-out, san diego. a 30-second time-out. kevin: on thi
, accountability, and availability. and in san diego car to go does just that. thank you. >> thank you very much. keep in mind, people that in public comment you have two minutes and [speaker not understood] you have 30 seconds remaining and a louder chime when your chime is up. [speaker not understood] walter. >>> yes, thank you, supervisor cohen. if possible, can i bring [speaker not understood] now as well and we'll kind of use both of our times? >> you're not able to split your time. if you make your two minutes, i can ask you follow-up questions to allow you a few more moments to finish your thoughts. okay. how long is this going to take? >>> slightly over two. car share say car sharing organization very similar to what you've seen in other organizations. [speaker not understood] joined the service, they pay for the time that they use the car. they don't pay for fuel, insurance, parking or maintenance. you can drive any of our cars at any time that they're available. like other car sharing services, availability of our cars reduces the expenses of private vehicle ownership ask reduces traff
power ball. anybody come from san diego? >> yeah san diego, l.a.. >> reporter: norma chairman of board of directors says they will help the winners get financial guidance. >> to create a financial team or a team of advisers to give them that advice because this is an exciting time as well as a life-changing time for these winning tickets. >> reporter: the jackpot rolled over 16 times without a winner that's why it got so huge. amazingly, it is not the biggest u.s. prize in march of this year, three tickets shared 656 million dollars. last night nearly nine million ticket holders won smaller prizes. if you matched five out of six numbers, you will share in a prize totalling more than 130 million dollars. this is the 27th power ball winning ticket sold in missouri, the state ranks second trailing only indiana. t.j. winick, abc7 news. >>> former president bush is in the hospital being treated for bong kai 'tis. mr. bush has been at a -- bronchitis. mr. bush has been cured for the most part but still has a lingering cough. the family hopes the 88-year-old will be discharged by the weekend.
diego? >> yeah san diego, l.a.. >> reporter: norma chairman of board of directors says they will help the winners get financial guidance. >> to create a financial team or a team of advisers to give them that advice because this is an exciting time as well as a life-changing time for these winning tickets. >> reporter: the jackpot rolled over 16 times without a winner that's why it got so huge. amazingly, it is not the biggest u.s. prize in march of this year, three tickets shared 656 million dollars. last night nearly nine million ticket holders won smaller prizes. if you matched five out of six numbers, you will share in a prize totalling more than 130 million dollars. this is the 27th power ball winning ticket sold in missouri, the state ranks second trailing only indiana. t.j. winick, abc7 news. >>> former president bush is in the hospital being treated for bong kai 'tis. mr. bush has been at a -- bronchitis. mr. bush has been cured for the most part but still has a lingering cough. the family hopes the 88-year-old will be discharged by the weekend. office from 89 to 93 and the fat
montana where there's blizzard warnings in areas of northern portions of the state. notice in san diego, there's even a winter storm warning. as far as the snow totals expected, the northern portions of rockies is the bull's eye. the forecast is unsettled out periods of clouds and showers on and off throughout the day. >>> through the weekend this dips all the way down through even san diego, hopefully should clear out by sunday. >>> than. cia director petraeus on bengha benghazi. peyton's potential profits and pots. >>> companies that vow to hire veterans. you're watching "early today." >>> plenty of stories making news this morning. new video of the 15-year-old pakistani girl who's recovering at a british hospital after being shot in the head by the taliban last month. malala yousufzai's father says she's recovering well and is humbled by the worldwide outpouring. >>> seven members of navy s.e.a.l team 6, including one involved in the osama bin laden mission, are in trouble because of a video game called "medal of honor war fighter." the navy says they're being punished for divulging
off the shore around san diego otherwise dry today and it will be until we get into the latter parts of the afternoon where a stray shower is possible south of the monterey bay and around san diego, temperatures in the 60s around san diego, big sur, chico to eureka at 60. 54 tahoe increasing clouds, low to mid 70s through the central valley to los angeles, 80 in palm springs. >>> on capitol hill lawmakers continue their meeting today with top fbi and cia officials over what led to the resignation of former cia director david petraeus. he resigned last week after admitting to an extramarital affair. that affair was discovered during an fbi investigation of harassing e-mails allegedly sent by broadwell to jill kelley. law enforcement official says broadwell sent e-mails to senior military officials in an attempt to undermine kelley who she saw as a romantic viral. -- romantic rival. >>> president obama heads to new york today to tour superstorm sandy damage. the president will meet with local officials, first responders, fema staff and families recovering from the storm that hit two we
disturbing. we got this story from kgtv in san diego. this video is from security cameras inside a home in san diego. >> what you're seeing, although it doesn't look like they are home nurses, these two men in the center of your screen are home nurses, hired by a family to care for a 98-year-old loved one who is a stroke victim. >> as you can see, when this video first began, one of the male nurses is standing in a towel. >> in this particular security video you're seeing them fondle each other in front of this stroke victim. you see them touch each other's private parts. you see them almost look like they are kissing. >> in other parts of the video it gets far more disturbing because they also caress the 98-year-old. >> you're kidding. >> according to some reports, they even caress her in her private areas. >> this person is obviously unable to move. >> according to the reports that i've read, the stroke victim is completely aware of her surroundings but unable to call for help. you can see right here in this moment one of the male nurses seems to be leaning in for a kiss. you see him
. thank you. please be seated. morris was assigned rescue out of san diego, california. she returned 1 january, 1946 in executive order dated 1945. she then assumed patrol duties out of san pedro. she was then placed in storage in kennen dale, washington from 1947 to 1969 until 1979 and transferred back to san pedro which remained her home part. she was redesignated as cutter 147. medium capacity. she was decommissioned and then transferred to the boy scouts of america. she's now active with the sea scout program and the coast guard cutter morris was named for robert morris, born in liverpool, england. he emigrated to maryland at 17. his key role in the financial affairs of the new nation lended him his position of superintendent of finance. his extraordinary skill in offices greatly contributed to the success of american revolution. a delegate to the constitutional, he served in the u.s. senate until 1975 and declined to search as re-election. he continued banking when values at his extensive land holdings failed. the sea scout ship neptune teaches young adults, ages 18-21 an aprentic
of california 9.3, from los angeles, san diego, san francisco, all participating in this earthquake drill. that is pretty big large numbers of people that are joining all of you. don't you feel special? yeah, everybody is doing this. i have to my left and right are really important department heads. our chief of police is to my left. he is participating and has a lot of staff to support this effort. we have our fire chief. did you know? you reading from the book, grace for president, she is our female chief of our fire department. to her right is rob, the head department of our department of emergency management. one of the most important departments that's working with police and fire and connected up with the whole state with our school system, school board, principals and students to organize and make sure we are prepared for the next earthquake or emergency. this is why we have the great california shakeup drill. this is why we are doing it all over the state. we have to be a little better prepared. how many of you think that you're prepared for the next earthquake at home? yeah? do y
:00, this is san diego weather. you know what san diego means, right, in german? >> inform me. >> i know that you're a really big deal. >> i'm a really big deal, you know. no, i'll tell you in the break what san diego means. >> thank you. let me know that. >> yeah, but what's the weather like this week? is it going to get warmer? it's too cold when i wake up. i want it to be warmer. can you do that for me? >> you've still got your southern blood. >> i am. >> it takes those of you in the south a little longer to adjust. the cold has settled in, it's probably here to stay. these windchills is what really gets to you. that's what we had over the weekend especially great lakes and northeast and mid-atlantic. once again the windchills are the story. our friends up there in fargo, they're probably not complaining. i'm sure they don't like it, but minus six windchill already, middle of the winter-type morning for you. minneapolis has a windchill of one. kansas city, 21. so you can see, much of the country has been covered up with this really chilly air mass across the nation. we have a little bit of lak
. he is a regular on tv and radio, host of "san diego fact check" here, has a weekly radio show, et cetera. you are serial collaborator. your staff has 10 people. what kind of vigilance void can you fill with partnerships and you are young, hungry, a talented staff? what can't you do? >> i would like to map what we are not doing. areas of geography, institutions that are not being covered and why. holding a mirror up to somebody -- just by showing people that you are watching, there is a positive effect. our goal is to cover things as best we can. that means we cannot repeat or be redundant to anybody else's work. jeff jarvis says "you do what you do best, and you link to the rest." we find stories we can really be the best that and frame and explained. and then let other people do what they do best. and accentuate that and try to help that. when we look at partnerships, we look at -- we look at a world where the producers of content, the drivers of explanation and storytelling, do not have to be tied to the means of distribution, a broadcaster re printing press or whatever. the ide
to the pacific northwest in 1996 and more recently, to san diego, california. in 1997, the ship was charted in "titanic" to record the ship's affects. the ship continues in the time capsule in 1943 and the 100 celebrations of d-day in france. the ship is owned and operated with an all volunteer crew. it's great pleasure we present to you today, the liberty ship, the s.s. jeremiah o'brien. >> next in line. we have the u.s.s. morris. built in 1927 by american electrical corporations located in camden, new jersey. she operated first in new london, connecticut on the 125 foot active class. she operated there until 22 november, 1928. she resumed her permanent location on 13 january, 1929. five months later. she was assigned patrol in san pedro, california and operated intermittently against rum runners. transferred to alaska in 1935 where she remained until 1937. then transferred to alameda county and based out of oregon for her transfer to navy control under executive order, 8929 of one november, 1949. at this time, please stand and salute the retired united states coast guard cutter morris. th
too. we had a discussion while we were having a break there on the gas lamp in san diego and -- i'm not trying to hint this is what we're looking to create here but they do have an area where a concentration of dining establishments and some clubs are easily walkable because you often have to be cabbing from one part of san francisco to another to go to different scplais and we have a lot of walkable areas and like san diego there are few walkable areas and why it's concentrated there. the other question i had and somebody brought this up. is there any call for metering and housing? i think we may have asked that last week and i was assured there wasn't but somebody brought that up. >> in the plan, in the area plan that would be adopted in the general plan there is a policy that says that we should establish a community stabilization policy that attempts -- i am paraphrasing and affordable housing afford and jobs and it's about that balance. separate from the plan the task force adopted a specific policy and mechanisms how you would achieve that goal and that included what peop
have san diego first and my mind is there on san diego. >> michele: congratulations, jacoby. >> thank you. >> michele: on night you weren't a starter, corey graham, a physical game. you came up with huge plays when it mattered. how did you come up with this performance? >> you have to come out here and play. the figure i have to do my best and try to be a difference maker. >> michele: this game is always physical, hard-hitting. we see it. what is it like to play in it? >> to be honest, my first time witnessing it and living up to expectations and tried to be as physical as we could and the guys played as hard as they could and we got a victory. >> michele: in two weeks you face the steelers again. you expect anything different? >> i don't expect anything different. the guys will play hard. i don't know if big ben is going to be here but they will play hard regardless and we have to find a way to get a win. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> so i can sleep tonight, i said corey graham had a big late hit. i didn't mean it was illegal. i meant a big hit late in
medical facility such as walter re d or bethesda or san diego or brooke army in texas or a va medical center, that time of injury to time of immediate vak was 45 to 60 days. ladies and gentlemen, today if you are a warrior and you are blown up or griefously injured, on average from the time you are grievously injured to the time you arrive in my icu in bethesda is 3 days. that capability is provided to us by on screen care with unparalleled first responder action that can save the live, tourniquet therapy, clotting agents, understanding, robust immediatevac capibility, and then a continuing continuum to germany and back to the states in the c130's, the flying icu's which the air force has, which you are safer in the air at 30,000 feet than you are in 90 percent of the icu's in this country. they do not lose patients over the atlantic. they do not lose patients over the pacific and, remember, they transport them within days, days, of them being critically injured. the patient will wake up for the first time in a hospital in the states. that is often the first time they wake up. th
increase the space, how is that compared to san diego and some of our competitors? >> how does that compare to the size of their venues? that is a very good question and i will have to get back to you because i don't have that at the top of my fingers. my understanding is that the conventions that we have been losing to san diego and to other places, you know, have told us why. and these enhancements will address those concerns that we have heard from conventioneers that haven't been able to stay here or want to come here and can't because of the size of our existing facility. it's my understanding due to the load-in and load-out, we can't have two conventions running at the same time. and this would allow us to have up to three conventions at one time, or a larger one and so there wouldn't be as much downtime in terms, because there would be more space. >> it would be good to know how we compare with our competitors after all of this money, hopefully, we have the upper hand. >> yes. i can get you that information. i just don't have it today. absolutely, it would make us muc
in san diego, you could face jail time if you wash your car in your driveway or you don't clean up after your dog? 10:47 eastern this morning, this program, san diego councilmember explains why the law and why is the city is so out of touch. >>> have you noticed our climate change has suddenly come back into the headlines? it barely registered during the election campaign, but then with superstorm sandy, climate change came back as a big issue. what's going on? here's my take: i'm not going to argue about global warming. that's not the point. my point is this particular outbreak of climate change fever is a money grab. this is an issue which could produce a gusher of money for the government. here's how: you want to reduce carbon emissions; right? what emits carbon? fossil fuels. that is coal, oil, natural gas. and they're easy targets because they are the easiest to tax. that's the gusher of money. the carbon tax. the government brings in the cash while doing good. after sandy, 68% of voters thought climate change was a serious concern, so if the government says it is going to do someth
with the suspect. bruce bartholomew who has been a san diego police officer for years and the other has not been released. police say he's been on the force ten years. >>> one question. any idea when police will release more information on the investigation? >> reporter: we're hearing first thing tomorrow morning, diane. a press conference has been scheduled for 9:30. we expect the mayor and assistant police chief to give us up-to-date information and answer any questions from the media. >> kimberly tere reporting for us, thank you. . new information on a deadly shooting in menlo park. police are saying the victim may have been killed during a robbery. today the victim was identified as 42-year-old kerry -- in the east bay. two people approached them. at some point shots were fired and officers found the victim in the street. witnesses saw two men wearing dark colored hooded sweatshirts running from the area. police have not released the identity of the woman but ask anyone with information to call the police department. police are not saying whether the victim was targeted or if it was a random
of folks are away right now and a meeting in san diego and a lot of them are down there but in the room we have victor par and oscar lab tory and sean smith and adriane simy and carl with the local carpenters 22, danny campbell with the sheet metal workers and the operating engineers -- who am i missing? ramone hernandez right behind me. i should have looked back. [applause] and additionally
but not in time to make plans for that friday night. >> going to san diego and i told her, have fun. be careful, okay? she was like, okay. >> then the last person known to have seen her, chris mccamis, 21 years old, out of school. he told the cops he was unemployed. l lynsie met him through friends about four months prior and it turned out he never drove lynsie to andrea's house for a sleepover. chris said that was a lie lynsie made up for her mother. the real plan was to go clubbing all night in san diego. >> don't tell my mom we're going to san diego because my mom won't let us go or won't let me go. and definitely don't tell her that we're clubbing. >> chris told police when their night of clubbing went bust, they headed home earlier than expected. he dropped off the other girls, he said, and then headed to lynsie's house. it was after 4:00 am when he finally got back here to lynsie's neighborhood and was worried that her mom might hear his truck pulled up at that hour. so she asked to be dropped not at the house but the corner, 50 yards away. it sounded weird to police until they heard from
, amsterdam and san diego which are the all electric, and they naturally bring about some challenges with electric vehicle structure. what woe do in other market street, hybrid approach, we have st. austin, texas, [speaker not understood]. in portland we have 30 electric vehicles and we have 2 80 combustion engines. so, you have a typical fleet size that fleet between, say, on the low side 250 and on the maybe higher side around 500 vehicles. what that does is a city of san francisco size, 40 square miles gives us an adequate density of vehicles to cover that area because what we really need is the members to have the sense that they are going to find the vehicles. so, it's not the situation where i'm in the southeast and i'm not going to get a taxicab. they know they're not going to have to walk more than two or three blocks to get to a vehicle. >> thank you. >> are there any other additional comments you'd like to leave with us? >>> i'd say the fact we are in eight cities in north america and we're in another seven cities in europe and our growth plan continues. and i think we'll s
'm sure you can wait and a new one will come out soon. >>> in sports, the san diego chargers take it to the chiefs last night. san diego leading in the second half and chiefs quarterback matt castle coughs up the ball in the end zone and san diego jumps on it for the touchdown. on kansas city's next possession castle picked up by demario williams he takes it 59 yards for the score. chargers win this one, 31-13. >>> coming up a little later after your local news on cbs this morning, live updates from the slow recovery from hurricane sandy. i'm terrell brown in new york, this is the cbs "morning news." >>> new jersey's long beach island was one of the areas hit hardest by hurricane sandy. recovery of the popular vacation spot will take months, if not years. ben tracy reports, residents are not ready to give up on the historic island. >> it's long beach island. people call it lbi, the island. >> reporter: for most of her life, leslie houston has called this island home. >> once you've been here and you have the sand in your shoes, you never want to leave. it's a legacy. it's a life.
on the west coast. the mercy is parked down in san diego. it just got back from its asian humanitarian assistance from guam, indonesia, vietnam, an amazing number of nations we're partnering with. those hospital ships with 1,000 beds, 12 operating rooms, they produce their own medical oxygen, they have ct scanners and they can do almost anything a hospital on the west coast can do and we can park them offshore as we did in haiti and in haiti they spent the first 72 hours once they got on scene doing nothing but repairing crush injuries and restoring life. that's the capacity we have. i like to think in our partnership with the maritime services and the coast guard and our reserve forces, i like to think of us as america's or the world's 911 when something bad, either man-made or natural happens, some catastrophe happens in the world, often times the ambassador will pick up the phone and dial 911 and the navy marine corps team answers the phone. it is our those, it is our dna it is our ability to be there. if you look at the communicate dapbt's 3 central tenets of what he believes it
to that nor'easter a couple weeks ago. >> see you, c.g. >> how warm is it in san diego today? >> san diego will be sunny and beautiful in the 60s, low 70s. >> yeah. i'm thinking we need to do the show i think in san diego at least through march. >> i'm game. >> in march? all right. very good. listen, we'll talk to your parole officer and see if we can't get you out to california with us. we'd love to have you there. >>> how bad, bill, are the eagles? >> the eagles -- >> how bad with the eagles? >> they can get a good draft pick, maybe matt barkley. >> they need to keep losing. guess what? they did just that last night. the eagles were trying to avoid their seventh straight game at home where they lost. and last night, they went against the panthers. speaking of the first quarter, cam newton drops back, play-action pass, throws a strike to brandon lafell who doesn't have a defender within five yards of him. lafell will coast for the touchdown. panthers go up 14-3. fourth quarter, panthers up by two. cam newton seals up the win with a two-yard run. the panthers go on to win 30-22, the eagles
sets. >> thank you. let's bring in scott lewis who is the ceo of a voice of san diego. recognized many people here for the strategic vision of the organization, created partners with some projects and gotten a lot of attention, a regular on tv and radio posting san diego fact check. and he has a weekly radio show, etc.. you are one of the serial all this attention, ten people. you fill with partnerships in your young, hungry, talented staff, and what can't you do? >> one thing i would love to do is matt quote we are not doing, the areas, geography, institutions that are not being covered. there is a function of holding a mirror up to somebody as they fix their hair. just by showing people you are watching, and there's a positive affect. our goal is to cover things, to use our resources the best we can which means we absolutely cannot repeat or be redundant to anybody else's work which means there is that quote, you do best and link the rest. what we do best is fine narratives, find investigation, find stories we can really be the best that and frame and explain and let other people do
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